Le Vignon-en-Quercy. At Stones and Trails, volunteers are always ready

Le Vignon-en-Quercy. At Stones and Trails, volunteers are always ready
Le Vignon-en-Quercy. At Stones and Trails, volunteers are always ready

The Pierres et chemins association held its general meeting at the Quatre-Routes village hall. Mayor Marielle Alary and Deputy Mayor Pierre Fouché were present.

The association has 48 members, 29 people attended the meeting. President Clairette Vergne thanks the participants and the Vignon-en-Quercy Town Hall for lending the room.

Concerning the works, were carried out in 2023: the Maslafont oven, clearing and cleaning of the access paths, the Cazillac tower, the wash houses, fountains, crosses etc. The mayor informs of the progress of the computer file concerning the hiking signs. Depending on their positioning, photos of our heritage curiosities will appear on said panels: Vignon-en-Quercy town hall, Cazillac annex town hall, Place de Lasvaux, Chez Valentin.

The financial report presented by treasurer Gilles Vergne is approved. The office is renewed, it is made up of: Clairette Vergne, Corinne Fouché, Annette Bourdet Bertrand, Gilles Vergne, Pierre Leymat, André Ménoire, Michel Konitz (excused).

Concerning the 2024 projects, the president informs that the oven festival will take place on Saturday August 10, followed by a meal. Two circuits will be offered, one for families and one for experienced walkers. Alain Anthonet will be the guide.

Louis Bonneval, president of the town’s heritage commission, indicates that the Fermontes fountain will finally undergo restoration.

The mayor expresses her satisfaction with the enormous work accomplished, five restored ovens, among others. She thanks the volunteers, the office and the members of the Association. The friendly drink closes the meeting.

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